Speaking of Russia and their expanded presence, it now looks as though the Kremlin may soon abandon all pretense that its soldiers are not in Syria to fight - although obviously, no one on either side is yet prepared to drop the ISIS charade that has served, from the beginning, as the smokescreen politicians use to keep the public hypnotized and blissfully unaware of their respective governments' real geopolitical agendas.As Europe deepens its involvement, Russia appears to be increasing its military role in Syria. U.S. military officials said Tuesday that Russia has sent in new planes, personnel and equipment in what appears to be an effort to set up a new air hub on the Syrian coast.
American officials are concerned the Russian buildup is an attempt by Moscow to provide more air support for embattled Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, but Moscow’s intentions aren’t yet clear. The moves by Moscow could increase the risk that members of the U.S.-led coalition could face off against Russian jets in the skies above Syria.
Back in 2013, UK government suffered a humiliating defeat in parliament when it failed to gain the approval of MPs for possible military action against Syria.
Human Rights group brings legal action against UK Government over Drone Strike in Syria that killed British citizens ~ link ~
David Cameron announced on Monday that two British citizens, Reyaad Khan and Ruhul Amin, had been killed in an RAF targeted strike. A third Briton, Junaid Hussain, was killed in a US operation acting jointly with UK intelligence.
Clinton further said, “I don’t see Iran as our partner in implementing the agreement. I see Iran as our subject in implementing the agreement.”
Quantitative Easing for the People instead of the Banksters ~ link ~ No wonder the British power elite hate Jeremy Corbyn so much!!! Stirling
Dark horse candidate Jeremy Corbyn, who is currently leading in the polls for UK Labour Party leadership, has included in his platform “quantitative easing for people.” He said in a July 22nd presentation:
The ‘rebalancing’ I have talked about here today means rebalancing away from finance towards the high-growth, sustainable sectors of the future. How do we do this? One option would be for the Bank of England to be given a new mandate to upgrade our economy to invest in new large scale housing, energy, transport and digital projects: Quantitative easing for people instead of banks.
US Government employees outnumber US manufacturing employees 21,995,000 to 12,329,000 ~ link ~ Yep, another basic reason America is in a Economic Depression!!! Stirling
Hillary's Dream is evaporating rapidly ~ link ~ What a shame ... if she were the President we could retire Air Force One and save a lot of money as she would fly Broomstick One! Stirling